I'm so pleased to see such consensus of opinion here.
In 2016, the Democrats acknowledged that Obamacare had problems and needed to be fixed.
Whether it gets fixed, or whether it gets repealed and replaced with something that would have been the same as Obamacare after it got fixed, I don't care (except the latter would probably stick taxpayers with more administrative costs).
But what I want to see is our elected representatives actually doing something sensible to get more people insured, not to take insurance away from people.
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2 Cor 3 "11For if that which is done away was glorious, much more that which remaineth is glorious."
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